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30 July - Amy Fullerton

The Supreme Court has dismissed Mrs Owens' appeal in the much reported case of Owens v Owens. This means that Mrs Owens must remain in a loveless marriage until 2020,... Read More

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26 July - Heather Welham

Costs in Injunction Applications - Are Claimants entitled to significant costs if they secure only modest damages? This issue was explored in the recent High Court case of Marcura Equities... Read More

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23 July - James Davies

Can a payer of maintenance be forced to subsidise the recipient's financial mistakes? The Supreme Court has just delivered its judgment on precisely this issue in Mills v. Mills.   The husband... Read More

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20 July - Guthrie McGruer

Blake Morgan acted for Cooper Estates Strategic Land Limited in a successful judicial review case against Wiltshire Council. Blake Morgan instructed Gregory Jones QC and Philip Petchey and the case... Read More

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20 July - Ben Evans

The UK Government has moved to reassure businesses that, after Brexit, EU IP rights will continue to be protected in the UK, at no cost to business. Robin Walker MP... Read More

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19 July - Laura Sherratt

The Court of Appeal has confirmed a first instance decision of the High Court that a member of a charitable company owed fiduciary duties to that charity (The Children’s Investment... Read More

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19 July - Holly Cudbill

This article was first published in People Management on 12 July here. Associate Holly Cudbill comments in People Management on the potential risks of personal data breaches where an employer... Read More

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18 July - Joanne Davies

A warm welcome to Blake Morgan's Summer newsletter, keeping you informed of the latest developments in Employment Law. With the 25 May now well behind us, we hope you now... Read More

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18 July - Madeleine Mould

Contracts of employment are binding on both parties but, if changes need to be made by the employer, what is the best way to do this? Usually the first step... Read More

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17 July - Heather Welham

Breach Health and Case Management Ltd v Physiotherapy Network Ltd [2018] provides some much needed clarity and guidance on the law on breach of confidence, the meaning of contractual obligations... Read More

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17 July - Euan Mitchell

The recent case of London and Ilford Ltd v Sovereign Property Holdings Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ, is a reminder that overage clauses should to be carefully reviewed.  Following the decision... Read More

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17 July

ACAS provides a number of useful services such as advice, training and conciliation for employers and employees to help prevent or resolve workplace problems.  It also has extensive guidance and... Read More